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The first Annual Monitoring Report under Horizon 2020 is a comprehensive publication which provides an analysis of Horizon 2020 based on calls closed in 2014. It helps identify the most important issues related to performance as measured by the Key Performance Indicators, implementation aspects and participation trends, providing data for all priorities and specific objectives of Horizon 2020. The Report pays special attention to monitoring progress with respect to cross-cutting issues. It also provides information on the activities of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) as well as the Euratom Research and Training Programme. Moreover, given the significant results and impacts that FP7 projects can still produce, the Annual Monitoring Report includes a section dedicated to results of ongoing FP7 projects.

The report has been published on 12 April and can be found here:

The annual event 'Horizon 2020 NCPs training' of the EaP Panel on Research and Innovation took place on 16-17 March in Kiev (Ukraine) with the active participation of the National Contact Points of the EaP Countries. The event was organised jointly from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the DG Research and Innovation, EC. In addition, Coordinators of the IncoNet EaP Project (FP7) and of the RI-LINKS2UA Project (H2020) together with NCPs from France, Germany, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden contributed with their experience to the Training.

Read more: Materials from the Annual event 'Horizon 2020 NCPs training' of the EaP Panel on Research and...

The record of the webinar “International Cooperation” chaired by Dr. Indridi Benediktsson, Policy officer at European Commission and I. Marin, Moldovan H2020 Energy NCP, which took place on Thursday 18th of February 2016, 11:00-12:00 (Brussels time), hosted by Luxinnovation, Luxembourg now available.


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